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City Branch Agwcivs
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THE HERALD
Id ttrr w MMnmodiM th. public TB« MM
feu ntabllshnl branch «»nicie«. where coplx mt
. th. Daily and snnd.r will be on ssle and wUwv
| tlaln( and aubncrtptlOD. taken forwardad tm
! the main oftl--f m rood a. received
Theae branch agencies do nat Incloda tt* kl»
ixed. of book ntorea and new. Mands In all pmrtm
of th. city where Tbe Herald 1. also for aala,
BOYLE HRIGHTS
E. DON NELL, Newsdealer, 210S East Fleet
etreet.
EAST liOfl ANGEIjES
MRS. E. C. TH ACKER, Newsdealer, MH
North Daly street.
SAN FERNANDO STREET
M'KINNIF/S PHARMACY, MM SS* Sggt
nando street.
WEST LAKE PARK
DONALD A. Ross, Newsdealer, 2100 T7eon
Seventh street.
TNIVERSITY
B. L. PARK, Drugs, Stationery, JCsdu
Postofllce building.
SOUTH CENTRAL AVENUE
CIIICAGO PHARMACY, corner Centre*
avenue and Twelfth street.
tjT. PAI L'S CHURCH, EPISCOPAL, OLIVE
IO st. opp. the park. Open every day In the year.
Dally service at lv a. m. Tbe clercy will respond
lo all calls for the offices of the church for Strang
ers or visitors, without respect tn creed; burials,
, marriages, baptisms or visitations of the sick. Use
*f the church nhperfullv given free for funeral
services. Tel. 143 red. tf
W*J. W COLV I !VT.H - L"E'< TUItR A N I >
• practical Instructions in spiritual science
aud philosophy Friday evening at X oclock in ban
!uel hall. Odd Fellow bulldinc, 220 : , S. Main tit
teplics to questions from the audience. Friends
please turn out. Hj
SPECIAL NOTICES
DECORATIONS—
. SPECIAL NOTICE
I am ready to submit aud execute plans for all
. kinds of La Fiesta decorations. Estimates
furnished for decorating any building or store
front In tbecltv.
No two designs w ill be alike, and I respectfully
solicit your decorating patronage. Will color In
*. candescent or *r;:s globes in Fiesta shades and
have secured from the executive commlttea of La
Fiesta the exclusive right to place Japanese lant
ern decorations on and along the following streets:
Main street, from Plaza to Sixth: Spring, from
Temple to Sixth; Broadway, from First to Sixth,
end First, Second, Third, Fourth Fifth and Sixth
streets, from Main to Broadway, lanterns to be
lunvtfu vvery four feet apart. For Information aa
to price and for estimates, call un or address ED.
. B. WEBSTER Of the RUSTLE HUSTLE AD
VERTISING CO.. 244 S. Broadway.
- TT> USIN ESS NEW S P A PER—THE D AIL V
Lp Journal; a business newspaper, publishing all
the county official records, real estate transfers,
mortgages and liens, building news, contract work,
financial news, and all news relating to the re
sources and development of Southern California
and the great territory of the southwest. One dol
lar per month, or In advance $10 per year. 227 W.
First St., Los Angeles,Cal. U-l tf
KOTICE— THE LOS ANGELBS CITY W ATER
Co. will strictly enforce the following rules:
The hours for sprinkling are between the hours of
eand 8 oclock a. m. and 6 and soclock p.m. For a
violation of the above regulations the water will be
shut off and a fine of $2 wilt bo charged before the
water will be turned on again, 4-20
ASEPTOLIN— DR. CYRUS EDSON'S AL
leged care for consumption seems to be
proving Itself a success; cases treated at cost of
the remedies used for one month, by
DR. PILKiNGTON, The Winthrop,
30 330 s. spring St.
MESMIN'S FEMALE PILLS AS A'SPECTFIC
monthly medicine for immediate relief tot
painful aud Irregular menses—from whatever
cause. For sale by GEO. H. FREEMAN A CO.,
southeast cor. Second and Broadway. Price $2 a
. ;box.
3 g~i KNTLUMENS' MENDING BUREAU, 5S
VT Plrtle blk.. cor. Fourth and Broadway.
Mending, cleaning and light repairing; buttons
furnished; buttonholes made. All orders neatly
end promptly attended to. Charges reasonable. 4-IS
■J^JINERVA— COSMOS—
The M. K. system. For 50 cents a month you
'can read 5o leading magazines at your home, (.'all
'St 435 S. Broadw ay. 5-8
•fTTXCfIANGE—FEED AND SALE STABLE;
Xli buy and sell on commission horses, Wag
-sns, harness, hay and grain. Advances made,
•(talis for rent day or month. SQ&H S. Broadw ay. 5-7
OJ. DAVIs. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
• Houses built for cash or installment plan.
Money to loun to parties contemplating building
408 y. Broadway. Tel. U4l Main. 4-!Mf
rpiIIS IS TO NOTIFY ALL PERSONS THAT
1. I will not pay board bills or any other debt
made by Fred McCain. CHARLES McCARN,
429 Bernard st. 11
Tp H E SUPREME LODGE OF TH E I" RA -
X. ternal Brotherhood, rooms 25 and 20, Plrtle
blk. A first-class organiser wanted. 4-21
JB. FROOD. PRACTICAL CHIMNEY
• sweeper. Residence 708 Macv st,, Los Ange-
M>e vi
T OS ANGELES business COLLEGE, IN.
JIJ corjiorated, occupies the entire fifth floor of
the BOW Currier block, 812 W, Third st,; largest,
oldest, best; elegant and commodious rooms, in
tensely practical courses of study, ahle and expe
rienced specialists as teachers, complete equip
ments, perfect lighting and ventilation, rooms
heated by steam, first-class elevator service; five
courses of study -commercial, shorthand and
typewriting, preparatory, telegraphy and assavmg;
the school Is t horougnly live and progressive; it
Inspires as well as teaches; day aud evening see- |
sious: individual and class instructions; successful
graduates; fine class ot students; visitors cordially !
welcomed; full in format ton, personally or by mail.
E. R. HIIRA DER, pres. E. K. ISAACS, vice-pres.
I. N. INSKEEP. sec. 2--J6-7
- \\T OODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE (I.V
-TT eorporated), 336 S. Spring st., is the oldest
and largest commercial school In Southern Cal If or
. pin; the most beautiful college rooms and equsp
ignent to be found in the state; elevator for pupils*
pse; a large faculty of experienced and able in
atructors; open the entire year; both day and even
lug sessions; a practical English course, a thor
4>ugh business course and a course In shorthand
end typewriting under an experience.! stenogra
pher. Write or call for illustrated catalogue and
full information, a. a. HOUGH, president; N. G.
FELKhiR, vice-president.
MRS. ADELINE DUVAL MACK'S SCHOOL
of Elocution ami Dramatic Art. sill H. pearl 1
St, formerly of Washington, D. C; special terms
to schools; thorough vocal training; private tea
eons or classes; also dramatic training for theatri
cs I profession. 4-5-07
F ROE BEL INSTITUTE (CASA DE ROBABI
training school for kindergarten; also school
for boys and girls of all grades; opens September
t3d. Apply to MA DAME LoUIS CLAVERIE.
j 8-7-ly
IIOYNTON NORMAL. FOR TEACHERS
JJ only, begins September ltith; teachers aided
In getting positions; teachers, governesses and
tutors supplied. Room 525 Stimson block. «-30tf
JOS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL FOR
J klndergartners. Fall term September isth.
RS. N. D. MAYIIEW, 679 W. Twenty-third st.
f'- <l_Mf
IfITON SCHOOL FOR BOYS, NO. 138 W. PICO
JSt HORACE A. BROWN, LL. B.
HARP STUDIO. MRS. J. M. JONES 1008 W.
_ Seventh st
DENTISTmS
PA. DENTAL CO., A. J. STEVENS, MAN A*
ger, makes v specialty ol crown and bridge
work and painless extracting. A good set of teeth
86. 228 8. Spring. Telephone 1180. tf
ADAMS BROS.—DENTAL PARLORS. 235)'.
S. Spring st.; painless extracting und filling
plate, |6, $s, $10* all work guaranteed; established
10 years; hours, 8-5; Sundays, 10-12.
FRANK STEVENS, 324* S. SPRING ST.,
open days and evenings; also Simdavs; elec
■ trie light.
;"P\R. KENNEDY, DENTIST. m*i S. SPRING
XJ St., rooms 2. and 7; painless extraction.
CHIROPODISTS
MISS J. F. ALEXANDER, < 111 ROPODIhT,
treats feet; gives salt glow, matsage; hours.
Hid. toBp. m. 215 nnd 218 Wilson block, First
j and Spring sts. 5-2
DR. /-ACHAU -DISEASES OF THE FEE V
253 S. Spring st. 6-2H
PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, BTC^
TT> ATE NTS FOR INVENTIONS OBTAI NED
JL In ell countries; bought and anld. s, J. DAY
.«£ CO., patent attorneys, room S5, Bryson blk. tf
KNIGHT BROS., PATENT SOLICITORS:
free boo* en entente. 4M Byrne bldg. e-tM
HELP WANTED—MALE
Kates for advertisements under this classifica
tion—l time, 5 cents per line; 1 week, 30 cents per
line; 1 month. 91 per line.
HV M M C~
Successors to
PETTY, HI'MMEI, It CO.,
EMPLOYMENT AGENTB,
tOO-302 W. Second sts,, in basement
California flank Bldg.
Tel. 509.
Office hours from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m., except
Sundays.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
Shipping clerk, handle merchandise and freight,
for Arizona. f7a, etc. per month, musi go today;
i>u-*incss man with ?1od; boy for mill work, $3 per
week; experienced butter maker, *13, etc : toy to
chore and cook for 2 men, 810, etc.; shoe
maker, country) shoemaker, elty. piece work;
orange packer. *L etc. Mr day;
book agents. 40 per cent, ?S0 per mouth after one
month; young man for inni or work, Mo per
month ; freighter, PJ to 14 animals. ?«■"> and board
per month ; sweeritsh ranch baud. etc. ; iniggy
washer, llverv stable; boy to chore, milk iwoeows.
?I.M week; dish washer, >4. etc., per week.
HOTEL DEPARTMENT- FEMALE
dirt to assist with cooking and wash ilishes. MB,
etc..boarding house; second girt, country hotel. 818
inn! far©; second girl. eOUDtrv hotel. |JO, etc ;
e\tra waitresses Fio.ta week: starch Ironer. fStft,
room.etc.; head waitress, good hotel. ?:.">, etc;
six Rtris. io to in. for display during tneaia week.
*l per day.
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT
Second girl, ?2n etc.; housegtrt, 3adults, 838, etc.;
houeegirl, Boyle Heights. *25, etc.; also one |2u;
linimegirl, near University. 820, etc., anil $15, etc.;
.oung girl lo care for 2 children- SlO. etc.; lionse
nrl,3 in family, BO washing, fit : DOUaeglrl. East
Los Angeles, to assist. $10, etc.; Oerman house
;lrls, $20 and 128 etc.
HUMMEL DUOS. JS CU.
"ITT"ANTED - SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
TV for a|tpoiuttneiit for young men in railway
mall service. Examinations soon In every state.
Particulars about, all government positions free.
NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE INSTITUTE,
Washington, C. 8-15
WANTED-HOUSEOIRL, FAMILY, 4
tt tier men bouse girls, |BS; house girl, femlly
I. $20; house girls, Pasadena, $25. 820, $15: yonmr
;iris, cltv, *10, ?12, lift; second girl. $20. cRoWN
DITY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 121 .'a S. Broad
way. 1 1
\\r ANTED—SALESMEN—SIOO TO PER
W month and expenses; sample line; position
permanent, pleasant and desirable. Address, with
Mmpi KINO MF'U CO., F, 73, Chicago. 7-2<
TT7" ANTED —YOU R PATBONAUE. RE Lt
TT able help furnished promptly. UEI D'S
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. Hi W. First st. tf
\\T ANTED --JAPANESE BOY TO HELP IN
TT boarding house and cooking. Call 300 Com
mercial st. W
COOKS' AND WAITERS' FREE EMPLOY/
ment Bureau, Httn S. Main st.. rooms 4 and
*IT"TANTED—HELP FREE—27 SITUATIONS,
W 320' 3 S. Broadway. K. NITTINUKR.
XXT ANTED—BARBKB WANTED, 103 ARCA
TT dla st. sieady job. JO
HELP WANTED—FEMALE
WANTEIMiKHMAN HoT'SE GIRL, fSBI
TT second girl, 920; 4in family, f2D; fl tn
family, ?25; Oermau girl to commence 15th, f3o|
housekeeper, rtuo; bouse giri. iiili BL, »20, ■» 'v
family; girl to go borne at nights. #20: Swedish
rirl, 2 in family, 520; Figueroa St, |20; nurse girl,
flOj 2 In family, Santa Ana. 110; 3 in family, coun
try, 818: Alhambra. ItO, If you want work we
<-a"n supply you. CROWN CITY EM P. OFFICE,
I2t'j s. Broadway. tf
WANTED- WE MI ST HAVE HELP WE
pay men and women $10 to *\* per week for
easy home work. No hooks or peddling. Steady
employment guaranteed. Send stamp for work
and particulars at once. Hermann & KEY
MOU R, 213 South Sixth St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
4-7 3t a w k
WANTED— 15-YEAR-OLD QIRL TO ASSIST
In liousework; low waves, good home: to
tM like one of family. 213 E. Fifth st. 5-s
WANTED— A OIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT
housework, 1018 St llroadway, second door
touth of Tenth. D>
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE
TTtT" ANTED —SITU A TION BY JAP ANE S X
T? to do cooking; liHd experience in family.
3tty or country. Address V.. box 20, Herald
jfflee. 10
ttTANTED- JAPANESE COOK, GREAT
TT experience and steady, wants a place. Ad-
Iress W., box' 10, Herald office. 1
\\ T 'ANTED—DRUGGTST. PH. 0., WANTS
TT situation; speaks English nnd German.
Address 884 Clay st. 11
SITUATIONS WANTED*-PBMALB
\Wf ANTED—COMPETENT GERMAN COOK:
TT good worker; housekeeper; city or country;
also day's work. 115 W. Sixth st. 10
\\rANTED- POSITION To WORK lIV THE
TT day, week or month. Address Mils. E. M.
PLACE, 775 W. Sixteenth st. lv
-\TT ANTED—HOUSEWORK BY OOOD GBR
TT man cook. Call or address room ti, 121' 3 S.
IJ ro a d way. 5-1 f,
WANTED-PARTNER^
TIT ANTED -PARTNER — WITH $5000 OR
TT upwards, secured by stock alone; business
legitimate,established and a monopoly; no «xpe
rlence essential, but partner can be actively em
ployed and handle his own money. Address V,
box ftO, Herald Dffloe. 15
TT r AST ED— \ OTJNO MAX I)ESIRES LBS
TT sons In Spanish language; class preferred.
Address, with terms, r. Box 90, Herald ofllce. 12
WANTED -LADY WOULD ITKE ROOM
mate; board in house if desired: would take
child to board also. SftS Buena Vlste st. 10
WANTED— A KEATING BICYCLE, 05 PAT
tern. Must be in good condition and low
price. M, box 80, Herald ofllce. tf
"VtT"ANTED— A SMALL BABY TO ADOPT;
TT no: over 2 weeks old. Address R,, box 90,
Herald oflice. p>
LOST AND FOUND
lost A PACKAGE of PAPERS BEARING
J tlie name of Major W. A. Elderkln, U.S.
Army. If tinder returns same to room 0» BrySOO
block, a suitable reward will he given. " io
STRAYED-SMALL PONY COLT. RETURN
t0451 s. Hope and receive reward. EDWARD
N ITTINGER. Tel. Hi ;, Red. 10
MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY
MY TREATMENT HAH CURED MANY; IT
can cure yon. It strengthens the nerves aud
builds up the whole system. Health, strength and
vigor is for you. whether you be rich or poor. Im
pure blOod carries millions of sore-producing
germs MRS. DR. MAYOR, 517 s. Broadway,
rooms 81-82, 10-2"
11SITH ANWAY. FORMERLY OF BOSTON
d gives genuine alcohol rubbings that are health
fui and refreshing; no rivals. 223 3. Main St.,
loom o. £-15
•Vf ASH AGE AND ALCOHOL BATRB—2OB
J9LL Wlneton st., upstairs, one block east ofpo-t
-ofllce, between Fourth and Fifth sts. fl-0
MISS REV IRVING, ARTIST; PHOTO-TlNT
ing and mounting; new style. 120 N. Main
St., rooms 2 and 5. r,.^
MAGNETIC TREATMENT GIVEN BY A
competent lady, K2B>| E. seventh, room 4. 4*B
"VfISH MAY RUSSELL—THE NEW GKLL
man, room 7. 5-d
MISS OLLTEMOOREr* 131*
rooms 3 and 5. Gent's mending, 12
MISS MAY STONE GIVES ALCOHOL
baths. 202 N. Main St., room 17. 5-22
SOUTHERN LADY GIVES ALCOHOL
IO baths. 127 E. Third st., parlor 11, 5-15
C 1 RACE ROBINSON — NEW HEI.LMAN,
Jf Main street, room 3; rnamagg 2*j
JULIA MANSFIELD. MANICURING, ROOM
H, 120 North Main. ]0
PALMISTS
I' >ROF. A. MYERS, THE PALMIST, HAS
returned to this city ami Is located at Ms old
parlors, The Norwood. 55a South Hill st., where lie
will be pleased to receive his many clients nnd
friends. ' 5-3
PWLTR\
I>OULTRY1 >OULTRY WANTED - RANC UK Its'" WILL
do well to call at the Los Angeles Poultry
yards east of the river on Rio st., south, about 30.>.
Htifhest price paid in cash. J. Y. JOHNSON, pro
prietor 4-1H
WATCHMAKER
XjIAME YOUR EYES. BUY A PAIR OF
M2A amoked glasses; aseortment complete and
prices lower than last year at W. J. UETZ'H. jew
eler, 336 S. Broadway. ; 1-16-7
MACHINE JHANUFACTORJe^
\TOK SERKEY MANUFACTURING
2311 E. Second st., manufacturers of special
machinery, dies and models; only accurate work;
guaranteed. '
JJOi^B^OyiNQ^^
AY. (iLufKH, UOVBK MOVBB-OFFiGbC
• 1)1 N. Uro«dw»y.
LOs9 ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNTNO, APRIL 10, 1896.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Kales for advertisement* under thN daMlflca.
Hon- 1 time, :> cents per line; I week. SOcentfl i"-r
me; 1 month,,l pprllne.
Ijioh HALF.—CASH «U<K:IiRY; WM I 1.0
CAted; lone lease, 8 nice looms connec'tod.
Sublets make store riMtt free. The very best bar
iraln ever offered. Vslue In slock; price |M 0
( lenrs »uo month proflW s,e BBR WUITK, IS]
W. First st. 11
V°ll SALS SVANTKC A RKtiIABUS MAS
I with some knuw ledtre of machinery, with
abo&tMOO; can euro ,Is, per month dear; owner
must leave city. Address R, liov ftj, llershl
orhec. 11
1.-.OR SAMS-A FEW HCNDHKD BOT.LABH
and a little pttah will lecore a hP.tn.ai now 111
the i-llv rliai will net the purcnfMier from (100 to
per month. Address v, bot 40, rierald olllre.
VJ.OJtSA.LI! .SCAI.K WASH MAM I'ACIOKY
V will Itenr the very fullest Investigation; MOh,
1 li. ItAKNARH. 117'j M BfOsdWay. H
lrtolt sai.k-a m;at baßßKii bboP in a
JT pood localion with a line pavliifs trade; ,w.
r D, BABXAKD, llJlii s. Broadway. 10
T.-VIR WALK l>ll, Itl slXFss LOCATE!) IN
i tDrlvfnit colihVry town:.urobargain; fwQ
I. D. BAHMAKD, 117', s. llroadway. 10
I,St)lt HALF II AltllWAlti: lUSIM.HSIN A
country town. A, choice investment; $8690,
I. D, BARN A lID, UTH B. Broadway. 10
rttOBACCO, I'ltrils. iit. Ip.KAM, ETC.;
1 BPloadtd busln.Ni Invoice, I3JO. M.\
UOSEV * M VKIW. «w s. Main «.:. W
VUB SALK- KFSTAIKANT, CHEAP; A
1 snap bm-jraln; central lecnion, ion., lease;
must ~11, X., box 00, Herald. i -z
BALK—PATENT FOR BALK: QUICK
returns and ni« profits. Address BLAVTON
WALKER. Riverside. Cat. i-ia-'M
FRUIT, CIGARS, si MMF.R IUtISKS, FTC;
choice location; price, IISO, MAllti.N'FY
MY FRS. COS. Main si. 11l
ITtOK BALK—CITY NEWSPAPER ROUTES.
J Apply C. ti. BPRENO, Herald business oflice.
tf
ff BELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS SEE I. 1).
A BARNARD, H7', s. Broadway.
FOR SALE—LODGING HOUSES
For "sale-LODBIWO^HOUSE—MUSIT BE
sold; Pi roims. all on one Hour; nieelv fur
nished, nice liylit rooms; to be sold at a ureal luir
gain. Apply 2tt>, F Fourth st. 11
T.-SIIR SALF-I.OIKiINII HOUSE; (illllll RFA
r son forselllng. I all or address 10| s. Los An*
street., cor. l-'irM. 1-^i
SPECIALISTS
T-vR. DORA KINO, GERMAN - ENGLISH
AJ speelultist; disease, of women: all Irreiiulari
lies restored; treatiuenl conlidentiai; cure guar
anteed. -14(1 s. llroadway r..f,.Hti
DR. lt. <t. COLLINS, OPTHALMICOPTICIA ft,
with the Los Angeles Optical lust it lite . eyes
examined free. li, s, Spi ingst.
RUPTURE CURED WITHOUT DETENTION
from business. DR. WHITEHILL, IWM s.
Bprtnaai. -is
PLUMBERS
FRANK A WFINSIIANK," PLUMBER AND
gasfiiLer. .'-10 E. BeoOud Bt. Tel. «v
Dealers who do not advertise in The Herald
are giving their competitors a dangerous
advantage
MEDIUMS j
*pROF. FREDBELL-""
LECTURER AND PSYCHIC TEACHER,
Gives Private Lessons In
Occultism,
Pupils In phrenology prepared for public work; i
castrolngtcal and phrenological charts written.a«■ j
Mediums developed on Hie true plane.
As an electro-menial healer, pain and disease
disappear under his touch and the sunshine of his
philosophy as If tiy magic.
Consultation free—strictly confidential.
Hours, to 12.1:80 to 5; evenings by appointment.
17.
MRS. WALK ER, CLAIRVOYANT AND
card medium, is meeting with wonderful
success. She Invites the most skeptical to provo
her power. All business affairs of Life looked into,
tor the advancement of your future. Will organise
a developing class and gives readings daily from 0
a, m. to 8 p.m. 816)1 B. Spring St, 0-17
W GREEN, s. D., CLAIRVOYANT, TEST
• and business medium. Diagnoses disease i
without asking questions, and spiritual healer. |
Gives sittings daily; test circles OU Monday and
Friday evenings; developing circle on Wednesday
evening. Writ s. Spring st., room 6, Office hours,'
OtoS. 4-27
MRS. PARKER. PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT j
and medium; life reading, business removals,
law suits, mineral locations, love; affairs, etc. Take I
Third Kt. electric car to Vermont aye. and Vine St. j
Second house on Vine, west of Vermont aye. u3) j
XyfADAMK DEAN- FORTUNE TELLING BY I
.ItX cards; otic ol the greatest In the world; j
reads correctly past, present and future; all bush
nets transactions, losses, law suits and all atlairi
of love. No. 20". E. Fifth st. 4-21
MPS. HANFOBD JOHNSON, THE INDE
pendenl slate writer and medium, gives
Sittings dally at 624 8, Los Angeles St., and holds
circles on Thursday evening, at a p.m.. Of each
week. Admission 80c. 4>lB j
MISS LULL* HOLDEN. PSYCHOM KTRIST |
and business medium, sittings dally, ex- 1
uepfc Sunday, otlice hours—B:Bo a. m. to 4 p. m.
Circles Tuesday and Saturday evenings. Irving ;
House, 220 S. Hill St. 4-21
rpHE INSPIRED LIFE AND CARD READER
X has permanently located at the San Julian* [
top door, rooms 17-ls; has read cards fof many
years, and Is the must learned medium in America. |
jjg i
KB. G. FRAIM, PHYSICAL MEDICM. '
• Holds public circles on Tuesday and
Thursday evenings; private sittings given daily.
767 Merchant st., bet. Seventh and Eighth sts. (
«- 12 „ j
MISS KATE LA M I'M AN, THE CELBBRA- I
ted young trance medium, ha« returned for a J
month and will give sittings daily at her home,
2833 a Winston St.; t -st circle Monday night. io |
MM E. GRACE, CELEBRATED CARD READ- j
er, tells past, present and future. Ladles, 25
cents; gwiileu.en. 80cents. Parlors 21 and2s, 828 I
Maple aye. o*B j
MM E. STANLEY, CELEBRATED CARD
reader! reads your entire past nnd future; I
ladies or gentlemen 500. Parlor 12, 822 S. Spring. :
4-17
IF YOU ARE IN TROUBLE OR WANT TO
know your future consult Zlngara, the gypsy. ,
at 217 S. 11 ill «t. Ofllce hours 10 a.m. to Bp.ro. 5-1 I
MRS. BARRETT ELLIS, CLAIRVOYANT
card reader. Come and hear the,truth. Dow- |
bey blk., room 17. Price, st>c. 4 25
■tills. EI/sIE REYNOLDS. MATERIALISE
mm. ingseiuu-e Friday evening. 60c. 82e Clark
aye>*bet, Eighth and Ninth. 10
MRS. BARNETT-SITTINGS DAILY; CIR
. cles Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 432 S.
Main St.. opp. pOOMmoe. 4-21
\ONES il. PLEASANCE, TRANCE Me
dium, is permanently locatedat634 S. Broad
way lit if
STORAGE
DRY AND CLEAN STORAGE FOR lIG USE
hold goods, pianos, trunks, etc. City Ware
house, 678 Upper Slain st.. C. T. SMITH. Proprie
tor. Tel. 6l£ tf
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
IjSOR SALE-SOME GOOD BARGAINS IN
second-hand organs; good makes. KOHLER
A CHASE. 283 S. Spring st- tf
A TTORNEYS-A*T-LAW^
B ROUSSEAU 4 MONTGOMERY,
Attorneys-at-Luw,
403-Bradbury blk., Los Angeles. tf
MUSICAL
'argaTn in a"slightly"used stein
way upright piano. Address X., box 100, Her*
aid office.
CARPEJ' CLEANINO _____
S~l BAM CARPET cLeAXIXO. SEwTno AXD
laying. JOHN 11. RICHARD*, 120 X. Spring.
Tel. IS4B. S-9-t.f
BICYCLES^
O LASSEN * CO. HAVE THE AOEXCy'
!S. for Relay Bicycle.. 23 \V .Pilth «. >10
FOR RENT—HOUSES
Rates for advertisements under this classifica
tion—! time. 8 cents per tine ; l week, ao cents per
line; I month. |1 per line.
IJWB RENT BEAUTIFUL MODERN 0-ROOM
Cottage: bath. «ns. etc : |1800; Maple avenue;
Cahuonga Valliv headquarter"
MOLL iSr WHEELER.
| It 225 W. Second st.
IflOR RENT THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN
1 town for mattings, linoleums and window
shades: carpel- cleaned and laid. THE MAT
TING MART, BOHS. Bhoadway. 7-iu
1-SOR RENT—A FIRST-CLASS FLAT, M 2 S.
Grand aye.; ti rooms end bath; window
Sbn6>S and t;as fixture;! complete. Apply s(4 s.
Oread aye. 88
•|7H>H RENT- SMALL FLAT -1 ROOMS AND
X bath, cheap, S. E. cor. Intrrahnm nnd LecaS
sts. 12
RENT—B BOOM house. 1238 VICTORIA
st. ALLIsoN BARLOW, I2SS. Broadway, if
RENT FLA T OF 8 ROOMS, PARTLY
I furnished, oao a. Main st. ij
FOR RENT—ROOMS
I, or RENT—FURNISHED SUITE. FRONT
and back parlors, very desirable torgentleman
atld wife or two seutlenn ti, in a modern Mat. on
electric line, five minutes south from city hall:
eiectrlc lights, nas, bath mid telephone; trout
renms; no children. Address No. 1 COLONIAL
FLATS. Eighth and Broadway. 5-:t
ITIOR RENT—ROOMS FURNISHED, single
1 or en suite; beds 35cents and upwards. RUss
HOUSE, cor. Los Angeles and First sts. -1-11
IyiOß RENT- ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
rooms, transient, close iv : ftlSO single rooms.
the wave ELY, 127 c Third St. 480
-liOlt RENT-133 N. MAIN ST.,THE DENVER;
I I nicely furnished rooms, 11.08 per week and up
ward ; center of City ; 25c lo SI a day 014 H
I.IOR RENT- THE MARIPOSA. 321 R, SEC
-1 ond st.; furnished rooms, $t.2i pec Week UP|
lodging, S&0, ISC and BOD per night. 10-1 tl
■ITIOR RENT—LARGE FURNISHED FRONT
1 rooms; also housekeeping rooms, cheap.
WmH E. Fourth st. tl
I[SOR RENT -FURNISHED. TWO FRONT
rooms: also outside rooms, §1.50 per week, 510
s. Spring St. 4-14
"CI OR BENT-HOUSEKEEPING FURNISHED
X rooms; |LOO tott NITTINGER S. 431 S. Hope
tf
lIOR RENT- NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
J for housekeeping, 620 S< Broadway. 2-26tf
FOR RENT—STORES
T7IOR RENT—TWO STORES, COR. NIMH
" mid TonnessfP. tnqulro (>f StcOARR\ A
1N2.K8, 227 W. S(>cond Ht., f>r Ht t>. P. MiiiAK-
JlY'« UOAIi OFPICE, Miilli ami AlainiMla »w. 31
ITlOl! REKT—PART OF STORE, WITH PINE
slinw WlnttoW, Ad Uroadway; cxi-ollent loe*.
tion rot jewi'ler. Inijuirp at *iO<l s. Hroailway. tlf
I™Sb"R-SJEKT— A I STORB"XT'SJB'Sroi.IVE'*ST.
' Ij
FOR RENT—L^aim^fUWSES^
BENT—THE LOUISE BLOCK, NKW;
built for a lirst-ciass lodging hooM; 60 rooms.
t,i OWNBB, at i, rpn,lßl ' s , ,r »-° llroailway. 1-tf
FOR RBNTr-MISCBLIANMQUS
cioß rent-Lodge room at turner
V hall; every first and third Friday of each
montbi Inquire of janitor. 14-tf
_
Iy MWW LOAN CO.— LO ANs IN ANY
amount on all kinds of collateral security,
liamonds, Jewelry anrl seal skins, also on piano*,
furniture and household goods in private, lodging
snd boarding houses or hotels without removal.
Partial payments received. Money quick; business
■oniidential; private ofllce for ladles. W. K. DK
UROOT, manager, rooms 2 and 1, 114 S. Spring st.
UNION LOAN CO.—
stimson Rlock.
Loans money on all kinds of collateral security;
tvatches, diamonds, seal skins and furniture in
lodging aud boarding houses ami on pianos without
removal; also on bonds, stocks, mortgages; low In
terest ; money ai once; business confidential; pri
vate oflice for ladies; room ill. ("LARK K.
IHAW, manager rooms 111 and 112 tlrbt Hoor;
stimson block. tf
rpilE GERMAN SAVINGS and loan so-
X clety of Shu Francisco will make loons on Im
proved city ami country property*
On loans of $6000 and under, certificates
of title from the Title insurance and
TrostCo. Will be accepted, making tho
expenses on such loans very smalt
Building loans a specialty. Apply to
R, G. LI NT, Agent. 227 W. Second.
SlStf

YOT I'NT I L VOI' HAVE LEARNT—
_iA What we are!
Who we are!
And where we nre !
Have you discovered the cheapest place In the
ntyto gel money on household furniture, dia
monds, li\e stock, warehouse receipts and all
t,ood collaterals. 238 Byrne building. 12
ON EVERY SATURDAY EVENING AFTER
March 28 the State Loan and Trust company
(till be opened from 7 to 8:80 p. in., for the benefit
nf its interest bearing depositors. Which are re-
Delved at 8, 4 and •"• per cent per annum. The
sale deposit department will also be open
during the same hours to accommodate its pa
trons. 5 4
T B. COHN—
The Los Angeles Pawnbroker, 141 N. -Main
st ~ loans money on diamonds, watches. Jewelry,
firearms,pianos,libraries and all other collateral
securities; also sells unredeemed pledges for
money loaned anil one month's interest added;
make no mistake, it is the reliable L. 11. COHN,
the Los Aiiffeles pawnbroker. 0-10
-pOR SALE—
School bonds of California.
SchOOl bonds of Arizona.
City'water bonds of California.
Corporation mortgage bonds.
11 By NAITON A I. HANK OF CALIFORNIA.
MONEY TO LOA N 1N AN V A MOUNTS
on diamonds, watches, jewelry, pianos,
safes. lodging-houses, hotels and private
household furniture: low interest; money quick;
private Office for ladies. G. M. JoNES. rooms 14
and 18, 242' i s. Broadway, adjoining city hall. 4-lti
130 INDEX TER & wa DBWORTH,BROKERS,
3'.j."> W. Second st.. buy and sell stocks, mort
gages, bonds and any good securities; If you wish
lo lend or borrow or invest in real estate call on
us; collections made and propert'* managed for
non-residents. 2»tf
MONEY TO LOAN CITY OR COUNTRY
property, Slfllo 8 net; personal notas or se
curity; mortgages bought and sold. If you have
money to loan or wish to borrow any amount call
on JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, HOW. First. tf
-RATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO.
loans money on all kinds of collateral secu
rity; money quickly; business strictly confiden
tial. Hooms o.*> and 90, Hrvsou block, fifth flf)or.
JOHN MITCHELL JONES, manager. 7-3-lyr
LOAN-MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT AT
.1 reasonable rates. WILLIAM F. BOSH Y
SIIELL. io7 s. Broadway, 10-t;itf
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, pianos, live stock, car
riages, bicycles,all kindsof personal and collateral
security. LEE BROS., 402 S. Spring st. B*2l
fpO LO AN- D N LIMITED AMOUNT FOR
X small loans; no commission; light expense.
SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO., 228 S.
Spring st.
filO LOAN—JIOOO TO 810,0030N REAL ESTATE
X security. ALLISON BARLOW,I2BS. Broad
way. »t-7tf
££Os*"bi"b WANTED ON BMO LOT. SEWERED
and graded. S., box 70, Herald office.
11
DR. DORA RING, GERMAN - ENGLISH
specialist; diseaseaof women; all Irregulari
ties restored; treatment confidential; cure guar
anteed. 44(i S. Broadway. 0-8-W1
MRS. E. C. PENSE, M. D.. HOMOEOPATH
Electric bath, (fl. One electric hath frep,
tor ladles only. 734',. s. Spriug st., Los Angeles,
Cal. Office hours lv to 11 a. in., 3to4p. m. 4-15
rfIHK 81-MKTALLMJ ABHAY 6mlcE~aSd
X Chrmlißl L»bonitnry, H. Malik su K. A.
f KKKiS, K. M., Mummer, t-ll)
FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE
..nt*'* for advertisements antler this classifica
tion--! Urn*, ■"» cents per line; l wee k. ;w tenia per
linn; l month, si per line.
EXCHANGE homes IN' TliTe CA
hucngn Valley for homes fn the city,
fahuenwa Valb-v headquarters.
Moll A WHEELER.
IS 225 W. second st.
EXCHANGE-AX INDIANA PHYsi
r clahof large practice, long established In de
sir,,ii c local lon wonin exchange same and proper
ty with a I.os Angeles physician. Addns.s. 11.
J GARRETT, it t'al liank Building, in
EXCHANGE -» A MAN! FACT! Rl Nt;
V proposition In Washington and orejon for
' al't'ornm ranch property. veined nt s'wwtw to $15,-
NO, Address D, Imi\ S9, thtsoflo*e. 12
IJHJR KXCIIAMiK-AT A BARGAIN lAO 11
-room lomse oh Temple bet. Pearl and Erce
i mont "is., rented for «8l a mo. ( ail on 11. X IVFL,
j IVIH s I.os Angclcciitt. 21
Tfton KXt'llA M.E- EXCLUSIVE agency
1 for eastern manufacturer. Will take city or
country property for part payment. Address s, t :.,
Herein office* s-tf
• > EXCHANGEOH BEfat PROPERTY QUICK
_ no to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st, II
FOR EXCHA WOE-MISCELLANEOUS
t'nder this heading subscribers to tbe Herald
may Ittsert an advertisement or <>) words or less, |
tour times, free of cost, provided tlie advertiser is
not n dealer in the article or goods advertised.
f?OR 'EX C 1 lAN ( iV. — NEW LA DIES' It KM •
£ initio i bicycle. Worth fftO. pneumatic, iv per
fect order. Want llrst class typewriter. .Address
with description. C. W. Tl LLI N< iII AS I', I -ii
Omaha st. 1Q
EXCHANGE—fIIOH GRADE DOUBLE I
X breeoh loading shotgun; none better made; 10
cause; w ant horse, harness and carriage. Address I
V.i box 10, Herald Office, 10
EXCHANGE-A FINE RAN JO. WORTH |
(25, to exchange for a 86 or -Hi-callber Win
chester rifle. Call on or address J. lE. 328 8.
Uromlwny. 12
]7>OH EXCHANGE—MARLIN S2-4Q SAFETY
. rifle for hone and hornets, or carriage of some
description Address T, box I*o, Herald. 10
EXCHANGE-SOD 2-YEAR-OLD LEMON
trees for exchange for what have you to
Offerf Address, OTTO WA RNKE, 888 Temple, io
IjlOR EXCHANGE-GENTLEMAN'S GOLD
" watch, nearly new, tor lady's watch. Address
or call at 77-1 Helena nn\ forenoons, 13
EXCHANGE —wa N'Tl'.l) -TO EX- I
change, second-hand open buggy for light
spring wagon. Inquire at -is Yignes st.
BUSINESS^PERSONALS
I>K,RS(>NALIjtsTIdKE PIN DING MON BY,
That's what people say who have tried a small
ad. in The Herald. They don't cost much, hut the
results are simply marvelous. In this popular de
partment The Herald has made a unlit of more
than 9H percent In tbe past few months Btgelr*
CUlatton counts. The Herald has it. It'you want
10 talk to half the people in Los Angeles and other
parts of Southern California, try a small ad. In
addition to the Immense and rapidly Increasing
circulation of The Herald, Its Sates by newsboys,
on Indus, nt hotels nnd summer resorts, make lt
the advertising medium of the Pacific, coast.
Look ovdr these small advertisements today.
They will interest you and may make you some
money.
Tomorrow try one. The results will be both sur
prising and satisfying. .„_,_.,, fc&f
13 ERSONAL—RALPHS BROS.—GOLD PAR
flour, jl.no; city flour, 80c, granulated sugar.
10 lbs., fl; brown sugar, 20 lbs., St; 8 lbs. rolled
w heat or oats, 20c; sardines, 5 boxes, 25c; toma
toes, 4 cans, 2.5 c; 7 bars German family soap, 25c; 5
gallons oil, Mc; gasoline, Hoc; 3 packages morning
meal, 2.5 c: lard, 10 lb. can, Oscj 12 lbs. benns, 25c; ti
lbs. rice, 25c. ttouS. Spring st., cor. Sixth. 5-20
TUX DO IT—MAKE HANDSOME FLUFF
rV rugs of your worn-out carpets, ('all or
write for circular. PACIFIC RUG MANUFAC
TORY, (ill S. Broadway. 8-28-87
I PERSONAL—B. MORRIS PAYS THE HlGH
est price for Rents'second-hand clothing;
send postal; will call. UDj Commercial st. ti 18
PERSONAL
I>ERsonal — NEW PROCESS — IRREGU
lsrlties, from whatever cause, cured without
medicine, instrumeAi-s or pain; sure cure; jl treat
ment; home. 819 Grand aye. t-8-«
PERSONAL— HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
ladies' and gent's second-hand clothing.
MRS. BESSIE, 700 V. S. Spring Bt ' 42*
IPERSONAL1 PERSONAL—JULIA MANSFIELD, M A NI
. curing parlor. 120 N, Main St.. room s. 4-11
FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK
SALE—A lIA NDSOM EBAY .MARK,
Sound and kind? been driven hy a lady for the
past three years, and is afraid of nothing; only (03.
11 N. K. LUCK, 12* W. First st.
INOR SALE-1 HORSE, YEARS OLD. GEN
. tie aud stylish; also 1 Jersey cow, fresh, with
second calf, very kind and good milker; apply to
22* J 3 Reqttena St. 10
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
"ljj-OTICE OF SALE OF ORANGES SEA LED j
J3i proposals will be received by the tinder
signed at his office, No. in currier building, city
of Los Angeles, until 12 oclock noon of the |sth
Inst., for the purchase, oh the trees, of the crop of
seedling oranges belonging to the estate of Mrs
Charlotte M. Rowland, deceased, being the pro
duo) of about 000 trees on eight acres, more or leas,
included within the home place of the lute ( bar
lotte M. Rowland, in the Ranoho La I'uetito, where
oranges can be Inspected, The pm chaser will be
required to remove the oranges from tbe trees and
premises on or before the 15th day of May, isim, I
Terms of sale, cash to tbe highest bidder. The
right to reject any nnd all bids is reserved CHAS.
FORM AN, administrator of the estate of Char
lotto m. Rowland, deceased, 18
tnOE BALE—DONT YOU WANT TO BUY OR
sell your office or store fixtures'* Yon will be
wise to call nt headquarters or counters and shelv
ing. R. CLIFFORD, 008 S. Spring. 4-1S
T.-SOR SALE—2OO STANDS of BEES: LANG-
X straf hives. 82.60 per stand. H ENRY it
EVERETT, 107,'j S, Broadwny. 12
TTIOR SALE-ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK ELE-
X vator at a sacrifice. Inquire at the Herald
business office. 12-tf
1/1 OR SALE-OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
X to suit at this oflice.
EXCURSIONS
ONCE A WEEK PERSON ALLY CONDUCT
ed excursions to Chicago. St. -Paul, Minneapo
lis and all eastern points, leave Los Angeles every <
Thursday via Southern Pacific, Union Pacific
"World's Pictorial Line," and Chicago and North
western railway, crossing the Sierra Nevadas aud
paeilng all pOUttS Of SCenlO interest by daylight.
Upholstered tourist ears of latest Pullman pattern, j
lighted by gas, aud run through without change.
Competent conductors accompany each party, j
Fastest time. Lowest rates. For tickets and
berth reservations, apply to J. H. PEARMAN,
Manager, g. f. tterr, T. p. a„ 22a s. spring st.,
Los Angeles, or to any agent Southern Pacific
company. 5 3-ti
I PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCTED
excursions via the Rio Grande and Rock Isl
and route, Leave Los Angeles every Tuesday, cross
the sierra Nevadas and pass the entire Rio
Grande scenery by daylight: also via Southern
rout" every Monday, Office, 188 B. Spring st.
BURLINGTON ROUTE—PERSON ALLY CON
ducted excursions to the east every Wedues-
I day over the scenic line ol the world; upholstered
tourist cars without change. T. 11. DUZAN,
j agent, 222 s. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
PIANOS
SALE A NEW ' UPRIGHT VOSE PL
. aim, in perfect condition; cost 8400 cash a
1 abort time ago; can be bought fors2socash; owner
I going abroad. Apply to MRS. BARNEY, 088 S.
j Flower st. 12
KNABE AND VOSE A SONS PIANOS AT
BIREEL'S Parlors IS and 1». Plrtle blk. if
Houses and Lots
XTtOR SALE- ?l«,500; GREAT BARGAIN;
X that beautiful .large, 2-story residence of II
rooms, nnd one commodious cottage of 8 largo
rooms, eh' Kant grounds, magnificent palms, double
corner, 4 blocks west of Figueroa street; 181 feet
on Washington, 220 on Norwood st., 220 feet on
Park ('rove aye,; street Improvements all made,
paid for; owner lives east: will sell for half actual
cost, half present value; gilt edge. T. WIESEN
DANGER, 227 W. Second st. 14
FOR SALE—THOSE ELEGANT NEW 4
room cottages with bath and closets at Ninth
and Central aye; |lfi monthly. Will double In
value In one year. it. D. LIST,
4-13 12315 W. Second.
I74GR SALE-A GOOD BUSINESS CORNER
: with cottage, (1 large rooms, hall, pantry,bath,
porches, patent closet; burn, shrubbery, (lowers,
etc. ;D and Pico sts.. Pico Heights; a bargnin,
81500. J. McLEAN, Pico Heights. 10
ISORRALE— 5450-NKATCOTTAGE. 4 ROOMS.
1 hard finish, well, small fruits and trees; filod
cash, balance monthly. Electric cars; west. J.
McLEAN, E street, Pico Heights. 13
FOR SALE—NICE 4-ROOM HOUSE, LARGE
lot, southwest corner Antelope valley; acre
age. See HEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. 11
DONOr PAY RENT, BUT BUY A HOUSE
on the installment plan trum ALLISON BAR
LOW, 123 s. Broadway. 12-13 tf
FOR SALE-A NICE A-ROOM, HARD-PlN
tshed house; lot 38x148; trees and shrubbery.
Apply 201 East Pico. tr
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
Rates for advertisements under this olaselflca
lon — 1 time, 5 cents per line; i week, .1) cents pei
ne ; 1 month, ?! per line.
City Lots
IT-IOR SALE—
A NEW DEPARTURE
We now -offer to furnish purchasers Of lutsln the
Alexandre Welti tmrt at their option, with policies
of Insurance o! the Title I nsnraQce and 'trust com
( any tor the full amount, of ihe purchase price of
the lots bought, or with unlimited certificate* o!
title gnimwiteeing the title In Alexandre Weill,
free and clear of ail encttmbranoes. Lots front
8800 Up on small cash payments and easy hlOhinly
tnstallnienis without Interest. Clerks, working
men, lAnOlihg men, r.i"chanics, motorineii, con
ttuctora, ehnltieefs stop throwtngaway your money
on rent aud remei>ibec tlie same payments will hi
a few years make you the proud possessors of your
I o«rh homes, .his: ask yourwlroabotH It and get all
I tbe particulars from RICHARD AL'l'schUL. sole
. agent, W. second st., Burtlick bik. tlvOd
IjlOR SALE—A GREAT SACRIFIt'E-MUST
go at . Its value, tiiat lieautlful lot two blocks
j west ot second and Spring BtS*. suttatdf for high
i grade tlats or refeldeneo. Price onic MOOO. see
GILBERT, roem 2lii, S. E. cor. of Second and
Broadway, or address P. o. box 048, ettv. s$ w
"tjIGR SALE—ATTENTION. lIOMESEEKERS; 1
I 9 or I ntOre of ihe flues! and best lots in the
city can hi- bought In the Green tract by calling at ,
once mi E. K. f; RE EN, ior. Union aye. and !
I Ninth. II
VUlt SALE—B2SOO BLOCK OF 12 LARGE !
bus. hear UnlfefOlty electric cars; owner j
must selll lew price; n comi buy.
II T. W I ESEN DANCER. 227 W. Second St. |
1.1 OR SALE AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE ON
: Hope si ; price $4750 for a few days. .See R. B. !
STEPHENS k CO., 1251* W. Third at. 10-12
I,'OR SALE- Til E REST V ACANT CORNER
for the least money on Figueroa st. Mokoon
& YOAKUM. 284 W. First st. 11
UfcO *8* ■ WORTH MUS I' SELL.
BEN WHITE. 221 W. First St. II
t> BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE PROPERTY
afi go to BEN WHUI E. 221 W. First st. 11
171 OR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH, BAB*
; SETT A SMITH. Pomona. Cal. 6-20 tf
Business Property
JpOM SALE
BROADWAY LOT.
We have a cboic htOce Of property on this
fine street, central I y located) now to the
heart of the business center, we are offer-
Ing this property ut such n low price that w ill
make the lucky buyer a handsome, proat
within a short time.
CLARK & BRYAN. 187 W. Third st. 7tf
Country Property
JfOR SALE- *
10,000 ACRES.
Finest ranch in California,hoMeting on pacific
ocean, twenty minutes by rail from Los Angeles;
perfect climate, no frosts, 00 hot winds, fertile soil;
two water systems; suitable for oranges, lemons,
grape fruit, olives, peaches, apricots, pears, wal
nuts, prunes, corn, beans, etc.
Will sell the whole or In small tracts.
D. FREEMAN. Owner.
5-1 505 S. Spring st., Los Auycles.
17-.OR SALE—2O acres in WALNUTS,
peaches, prunes ami figs, near city, railroad,
school and church: moist soil; as flue as the sun
shines on; In bearing; healthy, vigorous growth,
at ¥25 an acre and the cost only of preparing, plant
ing ami brlng'ng to its present productive condi
tion ; this orchard needs no irrigation ; you are not
wading in water and mud nine months Out of the
year, up to your center of gravity, to keep life In
your trees, besides paying as much for water as
the profit on your crop; I have had years of practi
cal experience, ami I know what I am saying when
l tell you, Mr. Tenderfoot, that there is not an
acre of ground In Gils country of climate that is
worth mo c than 850 an acre; the only curse rest
fug on this beautiful land is the outrageously ex
orbitant price of raW land demanded by these" shv
locks who are sell In*- It, and you tenderfeet are the
deluded victims who are furnishing the pound of
flesh. Paste this In your hat and address
OWNER, W. C. T. U. bldg.. room 2. tf
-J7SOR SALE
VALUABLE WALNU'F"RANCH AT RIVERA,
02V ACRES
12' i arres In trees about 15 years old.
18 acres in trees about 7 to 10 years old,
X acres in Susquehanna peaches also in bearing.
This rnncb is In the walnut l/elt and is In the
highest state of cultivation, abundant free water
right; nil necessary ranch buildings and agricul
tural Implements on the premises; immediate
possession If desired; liberal terms. Walnut pro
perty Is especially valuable; no known pests af
fect the trees and the crop need not necessarily be
marketed when hnrvested; it will keep, The pro
perty will be divided if desired. Apply to
It. G. H NT
4-17 227 W. Second st.
I.IOR SALE-WE ARE OFFERING LARGE
V tract Of damp land east Of soldiers* Home iv
subdivisions tO-soft purchaser. This is a bargain.
1700 acres of line laml in the celebrated Dial val
ley, Ventura county. The new railroad win puss
through the property. Call nnd get maps and
prices of subdivisions.
Lands in the Sau Gabriel valley suitable for cit
rus fruits.
FOR SALE—A fine alfalfa ranch near Compton.
See R. B. STEVENS & CO.,
10-12 W. Third st.
1.1 nit BALE—2O ACRES ALL IN BEARING
1 fruit except two acnes good alfulfa land. Good
5-room house, barn, sheds, etc, Deeded water
right; no expense. Beautifully located. Owner
non-resident, don't want renters, win take city
property or small payment' bai. to suit. Any
thing toshow good faith and insure good care.
Price 83500. Sole agent, J. r'. JONES, 132 Broad
way, front. It
TOQR SALE—SI2S PER ACRE, 180 ACRES
X tlnest alfalfa ranch. 18 miles south of LOS An
geles,iOn 8. P. R. It. ; buildings, fences, wells, Im
plements; grand Income now; gilt edge.
14 T. WTESENDANGER, 227 W. Second St.
I .IOR SALE—SAN GABRIEL—ONLY A FEW
? 6 and 10-acre blocks left; water right. Now
Is the Gens to buy. If yon have anything tOiell
Ot truds wee E. IC. ALEXANDER. 145 S. Uroad-
W ay. M
LINESOF TRAVEL
SOUTHERN I
CAM HORN IA
Trains leave and arrive aY
D° wncv aye. station 7 t" l ' l^
leivvp d 7 n - lnut ° 9 • awr fct,a,>
CHICAGO LiniTED
To Denver, Kansas City. Chicago. St. Lonla,
j Leaves dally S:00 pm.-Arrives dally6:Q)pm.
CHICAGO KXPKF.HS-DAII.Y.
To Denver. Kansas city. Chicago, M. Loul..
Leaves 7:10 am.—Arrives »:un pm.
BAN DIBOO TBAINS.
Lt. a9:ooa. in.. S:M p. m; Ar. al:05 p.m., 7:15 p. m.
SAN BERNARDINO TRAINS.
r— Leave 7:10 nm. a»:20 am., 9:00 am.. at:oopm.
i-.ih pm., »:oo pm.; O-Lv. all-.0(1 am., S:2o pm.
F—Arrive liW am. am.. ai:t»|im.. 5:00 pm.,
*:<Sb pm., 0:50 pm; O—Ar. 11:00 am., 7:16 pin.
RIVERSIDE AND REDLANDS TRAINS
P— Leave 7:10 am., aS:a> am., 8:00 am., al:00 pin.,
4:15 pm . O—LT. all:ffl) am., 6:20 pm.
P—Arrive a»:I5 am., al:oopm., 6:1)0 pm., 0:05 pm.,
6:50 pm. i O—Ar. 11:00 am., 7:15 pm. ;
' PASADENA AND AZI.-SA TRAINS,
Leave—7.loam., aS-.zn am.. t".oo am., 1:36 pm., M-oa
pm., M:45 pm., aOIW pm., Bpm.
Arrlve-a7:6Bam., 8:55 am., a 8:45 am., 1:00 pm.,
4:15 pm., 5:00 pm„ 6:05 pm., 0:60 pm.
MONROVIA AND INTERMEDIATE.
Leave—as:'io am., aa0:00 am., 1:35 pm., a4:oopm..
aa4-,5 pm., a 6:30 pm.
Arrive—a7:sB am., 8:65 am., al:00, 4:15, 0:60 paw
ANAHEIM AND SANTA ANA.
Leave—aB:oo am., 0:00 am., 4:116 pm„ 6:SO pm.
Arrive—B:so am.. al:06 pm., 6:05 pm„ 7:16 pm.
BEACH TRAINS.
Leave—9:so am., 5:06 pm ; Arrlv«—9:2o am., 4MB pm
SANTA MONICA TRAINS.
Leave—7:lo am., 10:00 am.. 6:05 pm.
Arrive—S:66 am., 4:40 pm.,«:66 pin.
PERBIS AND SAN JACINTO TRAINS.
Leave-Pa9:oJam., O—all:00 am.
Ar-P al :00 and aO:do pm. o-all:00 am.. a7:I» pm
ELBINOBB AND TEMECULA TRAINS.
Leave P—a»:am. Oall:00aro.
Arrive P-al :obpm. O—aU:00 am. .
EBCONDIDO. FA LLBROOK
Iff—a 9 -.00 am.,a3:a>pm. Leave—at' aM am.
Arrive—al:ospm. Arrive—a7:l6 pm.
P-Vla PaiadenT O-Vla Oranm. a-Dalljr,
JEo.pt Sunday. aasunday. only; all otb.r itama
ally, ticket ottoa, 1M Narth Spring rt. aad La
eraade nation
SOUTH ERN P A CIP IC"( 'OM PAN If
TIME TABLE—M ARCH M, ISM
Leav. for DESTINATION Ar. from
l«pm) New Orleans . 1 pm
Westbound l . . ' J Kasthou H
Saturday } SimiMl.lmlt.rl J iT"J™
s;l.->prii f San Kranctsco -j V
fj*H)a Pram. Sacramento j ; 7:3 lam
P™ I nn « Ea«, via Ogdon [ i.Jtopm
■ :gpßl Portland. Or 1.-ESm
Ss»pm' El Pasoand i:T> Sm
.ov Pasadena A 7:5) am
ai!S I™? " >:>s.m
5 SB2 5:01 pm
5:.M pnli " . , i,.,,
A«:ltlpm: » pm
I Itedland,: ] ;:„', J™
;•::;» pm I Ran Bernardino 1 is™
tig pm I and Colton I o-faKm
S:0t) am n r ....
>a«m, I Pomona j ,:?-,I m
SiSpWt I and Ji J!§s m
Ml ! Ontario | I J:,,
\%W *KP l&S
S ."ill pm. j ftn .
ft.fos.tnU covin* "*V iSEJS
r>:2.,pm 1 Han Dlmss 1 j:Sbm
R:gß Bm I Monrovia (. a Jm,
Ali:i)Rm : Arcadia J! 9-Alum
A gfttfm f an* 1 Ainopm
pillnml J Rnarte I ititSm
I' » am Santa Barbara j tg.jl pm
HP" 1 " ' mil
A Santa Ana and f k fj»gn
A oSjS i Anaheim ( *|g
AlSnn L Whittier f . fW&n
fi."S?n. ?1 I ">d rul»n Weill \I A P"»
A 0:io am Tustin . 9.04 am
•»:iopm " I As :20 pm
I- Jo nm ll Beach and f 1 *B
:J? "J f San Pedro "'B*l
s.Oj pm > 1 : ens nm
8:08 am Santo Monica . ... .
»R> :00 am " ' 7:V.am
! " ' 3:56 am
!',?> ,m .' . 12;lS)Hfn
O'.lSpm |S 4:20 pm
' iWJpm " I 6:10 pm
f:00 am Soldiers' Home. 12:12 pm
< ; :00pm M I s:iu pm
0:00 am port Los Angeles 12:12 nm
S 10:00 am " S 4:20 pm
i t!obht " ; 3;io Pnl
A l:4opm Catalltta Island * A !!:.oam
A j fro toi ctiatsw orth Park j a 4: 6pm
('hat a worth Park—Leave from and arrive at
RlvetrStation, Beta Fernando street, only.
A Sundays excepted S Saturdays and Sunders
only.
TIIE inside TRACK.
All S.P. Co.*s trains stop at First street {%goooi
the four San Francisco trains) and Commercial
street (except the B:» San Francisco evening
train). In the bust hps* center of the city, savin'
lime and Street car fares to passengers. *
General Passenger otliee. Sis s. (spring straet.
J>ACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO.
Goodall, Perkins A Cb„ General Agents, San Fran-
Cisco.
Northern routes embrace lines for Portland. Or .
Victoria. B. c, and Puget Sound, Alaska mid all
coast points.
SOUTHERN routes
TIME TABLE FOR APRIL ; IMO,
I<eave Sun Frnncis'"o
"For— j
Port Harford s. R. Corona, April 7, 15, 21;
sania Barbara May l
R*doudo
Port Los Angeles.. S. fl. Santa Rosa, April 3, 11,
Newport j 10, g? ; May 5.
San Diego 1
For- 's.s.st. Paul, April 5, 13, 21,
East s o n Pedro— 20; May 7.
San Pedro antl way S, S. Eureka, April 1,0, 17,25;
pons 'May 3.
Leave Port Llm AngelOsahd Redondo
For— Is. S. Santa Rosa, April 6, 13,
21, 201 May 7.
San Dlpgo s. s. corona, April 1, 9,17, 2.1;
I _M ays.
For— |S. S. Santa Rosa, April 7, 15,
Ban Francisco 2s; May 1.
Port Harford S. S. Corona, April 3,11,19, 27;
Santa Rarbara Mayo.
Leave San Pedro aud East San Pedro.
For- js. S. Eureka, April 4,12, 20, 28;
Ran Francisco Mnyti.
and [S. S. St. Paul, April 3,18, 24;
Way ports t May 2.
Cars to connect with steamers via San Pedro
leave S.P.R.K. Arcade depot atft:osp.m. and Ter
mlnnl R.R. depot at 5 p.m.
Cars to connect via Redondo leave Santa Fe
depot at 9:50 a.m., or from Redondo Railway depot
ate ton a.m.
Cars to connect via Port Los Angeles leave S.P,
R.R, depot at l :io p.m. for steamers north bound.
Plans of steamers' cabins at agent's otUce, where
berths may be secured.
Tbe company reserves the right to change the
steamers or their days'of sailing.
For passage or freight as above or for tickets to>
end from all important points in Europe, apply to
W. PARRIs. Agent.
OQlce- 12854 W. Third St., Los Angeles.
m mni in jr.
IN EFFECT NOV. 18, 1895.
Los Angeles depots: East end First street and
Downey avenue bridges.
Leave Los Angeles for j Leave Pasadena for Los
Pasadena. j A ngeles.
b 7:10 a.m b 8:10 a ni.
c 7:55a.m c 8:80 a.m.
a 9:10a.m a 10:25 a.m.
all:3oa.m a 12:40 p.m.
a 3:30p.m a 4:85 p.m.
a 6:20 rt.m ' a 6:00 p.m.
Downey avenue leaving time 7 minutes later. Be
tween Los Angeles and Pasadena—Round tripisc.
Leave Los Angeles for "{Leave Aliadenasuneiiofi
Altedena Junction. for Los Angeles.
a 9:10a.m a 10:10 a.m.
c 11:30 a in c 13:20 p.m.
a 8:50 p.m *,*■•,*;• ■ • • -a 4:20 p.m.
All trains start from First street depot.
"Leave Los Angeles for Leave olendale for ~Los
Qlondale. Angeles.
b 7:05a.m b 7:57 a.m.
0 «:20a m c 9:12 a.m.
a12:35p.m a 1:27 p.m.
a 6tMp.n1...... ._.i ._. .a sts2p._m.
"Leave Los Angeles for" i L<-ave Eust San Pedro "
Long] Beach and East for
San Pedro. Los Angeles.
a o:oop.in a 7:20 a.m.
a 1:10 p.m a 10:30 a.m.
a fltOOjj m a 8:45 p.m^
Between k. Sao Pedro and Long Beach 10 minutes.
CATALINA
steamer for Avalon connects with 1:10 p.m.
train dally, except Sundays.
RUBIO CANYON AND ECHO MOUNTAIN.
Trains leave Los Angeles dally at 9:10 a. m., ell .-80
a.m., and a 3:30 p.m.
Fine pavilion and hotel. Grand scenery.
Telescope nnd searchlight.
a Daily, b Daily except Sunday, o Sundays
only. d Saturdays only. *
stages meet ihe 7:to a.m. train at Pasadena fee
Mt. Wilson on new trail.
Passengers leaving Los Angeles on the 7:10 a.m.
train for Mt. Wilsun can return same day.
Special rates to excursion and picnic parties.
Depots east end of First street aud Downey eTe>
nue bridges. ... .■■ .
City ticket office. Oreenewald s cigar store, oer*
ncr Second and Spring streets.
General offices. First street depot. .
T B BURNETT, General Manager,
W. WINCUP. Gen. Passenger Agent.
Redondo Railway
DEPOT: CJrana avp. nnd Jefferson st.
In elTect January 1.18ff«.
,
Lravo 1.09 Angeles ' Leavn Iledondofor
for ttedondo | Los Angele.
«|Wfan.............n*11]> 7:30 a.m Dally
4:30 p.u> Dally,J:Oop.m
i'or passenger and freight rate, apply at depot,
corner Orand avenue aud Jedersou street.
pbone West L f OAKNSEY, Pre.ld.nU
1.. J. PEIIUY, SuperintondeuU
p*iaDSSA AND WJANWttM^
Cars leave Fourth and Spring streets.
For Rublo Canyon and Echo Mountain—
H:<)(>, 9:00 and 10:00 a.m.; 1:00, 3:00 and
4:00 p.m.
Returning leave Echo Mountain—B:oo
and 9:00 a.m.: 2:00, 4:00 and 4:la p.m.
For Altadena—B:oo a.m. and every hour
until 10 p.m.
Returning leave Altidena-U:.io a.m. and
hourly until 9:30 p.m.
For Pasadena— Every Fifteen minutes from
7:15 a.m. to BtOO p.ia. Half hourly before
snd after these hours,
ana « wr omce 222 w . Fourth street
W. D. LARRABEE, Sunt.
E. P. CLARK, Gen'l Manager.
BLACKSMITH
FRANK W. HOPPE, PRACTICAL HORSE-
Hhoer. Telephone 18V3. Carriage, votA and
track horses shod lv the best and neatest style;
only skilled workmen employed; corns, quarter
cracks, contracicd, weak or diseased feet of any
kind successfully treated without extra charge;
cusch of interfering knee-knocklug, etc., receive
personal attention; horses called for anddellv
. tred. All work guaranteed. 400 Wolf skill aye.,
j Los Angeles, Cal. 4*lo

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